[ US /ˈbɔɫtɪk/ ]
  1. of or pertaining to or characteristic of the Baltic States or their peoples or languages
  2. of or near or on the Baltic Sea
    The Baltic republics
  1. a branch of the Indo-European family of languages related to the Slavonic languages; Baltic languages have preserved many archaic features that are believed to have existed in Proto-Indo European
  2. a sea in northern Europe; stronghold of the Russian navy
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How To Use Baltic In A Sentence

  • In Russia, the ethnic and geographic diversity of the population ensured its transition would be more difficult than that in the more homogeneous and smaller Baltic states or eastern European countries.
  • Cranmer does not intend to delve into the divisive arguments which confronted the Early Church on the nature of Christ's divinity and his humanity, but to focus on the controversy which has been caused by a statue of Jesus with an erect penis, which is on display at the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead. Cranmer
  • As we crossed the Baltic in a shared ship's cabin, my mother watched to make sure I brushed my hair and teeth morning and night and chastised me for wearing clothes that were too creased or skirts that were too short.
  • The Pacific Squadron was maintained with ships sent out on rotation from the Baltic.
  • The common factor between Ireland and the three Baltic States is that they embarked on austerity programs earlier than other EU members. Ireland, Baltic States Took Biggest Consumption Hit
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  • There is no doubt that Hammarskj6ld's northern sense of propriety was deeply shaken by the roughness of the outburst, and ironically, since the Russian code of what is socially permissible comes largely across the Baltic from Sweden, it was precisely this rowdy behavior of Khrushchev's, dubbed Ne-Kulturny (uncultured), which eventually proved his undoing at home. An Autobiography
  • They were the only country to argue for even token recognition of the Baltic states' independence.
  • The cobaltic folk may be indigenes, but I think they come from still a third place, and are strangers on these shores as well. Analog Science Fiction and Fact
  • It is unlikely that this suggestion will be greeted enthusiastically in the Baltic States.
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